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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1010.
I and ' , (JBESTijiOIT LUN8 I
A LtJlNCi DISEASES 1
1 . SAVED HER SON'S EIFE I
9 BP En My son Rex was taken down a year ago with lung trouble. Wo HJ
KwrML-. BWB doctored some months without improvement. Then I began giving
T&uamm m v Ri Dr. King's Hew Discovery, and I soon noticed a change for the better. H
9 I kept this treatment up for a few weeks and now my son Is perfectly 9j
j BE 11113 WrkS 67617 d0y MRS. SAMP. R1PPEE, Ava, Mo. 9
9 GOc AND $1.00 jf
HnHMHI SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY HHHHHHhI
BANK FOR McMINNVILLE CAPI
TALIZATION TO BE $50,000.
It 'lll Bo Known as Tlio United
States National Bank.
(The News Reporter.)
This week a charter was granted
to a new corporation which is to be
known as tfto United States National
Bank of McMinnvlIle. The organiza
tion etarts out with a capital stock
of $50,000. The incorporators are
ome people ride
nd some in autos course, t
ife is ful of mixed
lect then what
y choice remains the norse. .
ut' when in searc hof pure delight.
fterv'escent, clear and bright ;
veryone can read the cheer . A;,
ight in these
FOR EVERY OCCASION
Thero Is no stock in the house from which you can select pleas
ing gifts for weddings, births or anniversaries with more ease and
pleasure than the jewelry store. Here are gifts for the mere tot
mugs, rings, pins to tho most aged. Appropriate gifts, showy
gifts, gifts of intrinsic merit, and they need no't bo costly.
Corner State and Liberty Sts.
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
J. C. PERRY
A. McPhlllips, R. W. Lancefleld,
Geo. Briedwell, Ed Hendricks and
With such a strong force of sub
statlal business men who are well
known in tho community and whose
ability and integrity are established,
backing the institution, It will start
out with a strong prestige at s the
very beginning. A. McPhlllips, who
until recently served as a bank
cashier, was made president of the
new corporation while- L. Lancefleld
l,;. ; .
you most admire.
printed verses here
YOU NEEDN'T BE AFRAID
That we will upset your house whan
we come to do the plumbing work
you want done. We don't rip up the
floors or batter down walls Just to
make the job kok like. a big on. We
make, as IltUe "muw ' as postlble, do
our work quickly and get away as
soon a we can. Think you'd like
that kind of plumbing?
Telephone Main 660.
L K I
.who has also had practical experi
ence in banking business, will be
the cashier of the now abnk. Others
who are mentioned as Incorporators
will servo as directors.
The new business will be located
for the present, at least, or until
better quarters can be secured, In
the building which has just beep
vacated by the Standard Electric Co.
As the office material, books and
fixtures have already been ordered
tho doors will probably be opened
for business in about a month. The
large deposits in tho 4other banks
here which are indicative of the
wealth and prosperity of the com
munity makes this a promising field
for the banking business. '
If your Stomach, Heart, or Kid
neys, are weak, try at least, a few
doses only of Dr. Shoop's Restora
tive. In five or ten days only, the
result will surprise you. A few cents
will cover the cost. And here is why
help comes so quickly. Dr. Shoop
doesn't drug the Stomach, nor stimu
late the Heart or Kidneys. Dr.
Shoop's Restorative goes directly to
the weak and failing nervos. Each
organ has its own controlling nerve.
When these nerves fall, the depend
ing organs must of necessity falter,
This plain, yet vital truth, clearly
tells why Dr, Shoop's Restorative is
so universally successful. Its success
is leading druggists everywhere to
give it universal preference. A test
will surely tell. Sold by Capital
This is tho era of the aeroplane,
not of the cobblestone.
Boys AV1I1 Be Boys
and are always getting scratches,
cuts, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns
or scalds. Don't neciect such things
they may result seriously If you do
Apply Ballard's Snow Biniment ac
cording to directions right away and
it will relievo thepaln and heal. the
trouble. Price 26c, 50c and $1.00.
An optimist is a man who laughs
at misfortune, never having had any
Do It Now.
Now Is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do so by ap
plying Chamberlain's Liniment. Nine
cases out of ten are simply muscular
rheumatism due to cold or damp, or
chronic rheumatism, and yield to the
vigorous application of this liniment
Try It. You. are certain to be de
lighted with the quick relief which it
affords, Sold by all good druggists.
Wireless telegraphy wins more
raees with death than It loses.
Commander Julius A. Pratt I'ost'No.
143 Dept. III., G. A. R.
Wo have a communication from
Mr. Isaac Cook, Commander of Julius
A. Pratt Post, Kewaneo, 111. "For
quite a long time I was bothored
with backache and pains across my
kidneys and back. About two months
ago I started taking Foley Kldnoy
Pills and soon saw they wore doing
Just as claimed, i kept on taking
them and now I am free from back
ache, and the painful bladder misery
is all gone. I like Foloy Kidney Pills
so well that I have already told many
of my friends and comrades about
them." Sold by J. C. Perry.
Almost as dangerous working In
a mine as playing football.
Will Promote Beauty.
Women desiring v beauty get won
derful help from Buoklen's Arnica
Salve. It banishes pimples, skin
eruptions, sores and bolls. It makes
tho skin soft and velvety. It glori
fies the face. Cures sore eyes, cqld
sores, craoked Hps, chapped hands
Best for burns, scalds, fever sores,
cuts, bruises and piles. 26s at J. C.
William E. Watt, the Chicago
school principal who Is campaigning
for the ventilation and against the
overheating of schools, says that the
average jvlnler temperature In the
average city school promotes t$e
sale of short oof fins.
If they did, million would Note
Dr. King's New Life Pllle the true
remedy for women. F'-r Imnlfhtng
dull, tetfged feeling, backache and
headache, constipation, n dispelling
folds, imparting appetite and tpplijg
up the system, they're unequalled.
Easy. safe. sure. 16c at J. C. Perry.
TWO HOURS GRIND
TEN MINUTES OF
IS A BRIEF SCJDLYRY OF COUN
OIL MEETING LOTS OF BUSI
NESS ATTENDED TO WttES
THE SLEEPY ONES WOKE UP.
Two hours of grind with a 10-mlu-uto
outburst of oratory at tho ond
were tho features of last night's ses
sion of the city council. Mayor
Rodgers was absent and the chair
was occupied by Councilman John
son, and during the early part of the
session tho councllmen wero keen
and alert. The Incessant grinding
out of routine matters as dry- as a
prohibition district however, was
like feeding lotus to the city coun
cllmen and the majority of them
soon resigned themselves to an attl
tudo of repose. One of them to
combat, the drowsiness of tho situa
tion picked up a book entitled, "Tho
Man With tho Frozen Smile" and
was soon lost in its contents. An
other finding himself no longer ablo
to light away slumber, arose and
explained the situation and departed
for his home. So drowsy had be
come the atmosphere in tho council
chamber and' so reposeful the coun
cllmen, that when it came to casting
a. Vote on an ordinance vacating alley
between lots 3, 4, 5 and G In Mere
dith's addition, which property be
longed to Goodale Brothers, the
measure was defeated by a voto of
7 to 3.
Then Oratory Flows. .
It was then that Councilman
Stoltz majestically arose from his
seat and moved for a reconsideration
of the question, nnd It was then that
tho flood gates of councllmanlc ora
tory were opened. Councilman
Stoltz mado It plain at the outset
that he felt satisfied that the reason
the three councllmen had voted
against tho ordinance was that they
did not understand tho situation;
he explained that tho alley had nei
ther and Ingress or an egress and
novor could have; that tho Goodale
brothers had been patriotic in their
assistance ,in the .improvement of
the streets, nnd that the alley could
be of no benefit to tho city, but
would assist tho owners in clearing
up tho title to their property.
Councilman Huckesteln followed
him with an earnest and ardent plea,
and Councilman Eldridge offered
some legal advico on the situation.
Councilman Manning said as near
as he could learn from tho argu
ment advanced by the councilman
that thero was no alley thero at all,
and then a vote w(aB takon. Wheth
er the result of tho vote was duo to
the persuasive oratory, or to tho
fact that tho councllmen had been,
awakened would probably bo hard
to say, but when announced by
Clerk Moores tho vote was unani
mous In favor of the ordinance and
tho alley was saved.
To Rc-advertlsc for Bids.
The street committeo submitted a
report in rolatlon to tho Improve
ment of Winter street rejecting tho
bids which had b'eon submitted. Ac
cording to the report the specifica
tions did not mako clear tho charac
ter of rock to bo used, and some
bids had been based on, one kind,
and others on another, and it was
thought best to ro-advertlso and tho
city recorder was so Instructed.
Tho committee also submitted a
report on tho bids for tho Improve
ment of Saginaw street, and because
they wore conslderoble In advance of
the engineer's estimate they were
rejected and tho recorder Instructed
to re-ndvertlso for bids.
The building committee rocom
mended that tho olty secure a strip
of 10 feet of ground from a property
owner on tho southwest side of the
eity hull wlOch is to be used as a
moans of Ingross and ogress for wa
gons conveying fuel to the city hall.
The consideration 'or the use of the
property 'was the erection by tho city
of a board fence and two gatos,
which aro to rovort to tho property
owner whon the ground ceases to be
used, The committee was glvon
power to aot In the matter.
Tho light committeo reported fa
vorably upon the Installation ol!
arc lights at tho corner of Leslie
and University streets and the Fair
Ground roads and the Tile Factory
nnd they wero ordered Installed.
Want Plumbing Ordinance Amended
The plumbing committeo reported
that it had made nn examination, of
the plumbing ordlnanco that ' it
doomed it defective in a number of
Instances, and suggested a number
of amendments which ware referred
to the ordinance cdmmlttee.
The petition of Cooper & Meehan
for perrn!eeton -to ItMrtall an electrle
sign In front of their garage build
'ng waf! referred to the committee
On light with power to aot. .
Roland K. 1'age on behalf of the
Portland. Railway Light & Power
company adrleed the council that
the company owred a strip at
ground 10 feet wide on one of thi
street proposed to be Improved by
(he city and the inatn-i wuh re
ferred to the cl-y attorney.
Henry M. Ilttker petitioned the
council for the pr vllege of erecting
(Continued on page elg'it.)
SOUTHERN TAOIFIO BY. OO.
Tlmo Tablo 58.
Effective Sunday, January 1,
1910 12:01 tu m.
No. 16 Oregon Express .. 6: 16 a.m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 7:43 p,m.
No. 20 Portland Passenger 8:12 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express 8:20 a. pi
No. 12 ShastaLtmlted . . . .12:36p.
No. 13 San Francisco Ex.. 3:31a.n
No. 19 Ashland Passenger. 11: Ola.m
No, 17 RosoburgPassengor 6:45p.m
No. 16 California Express 9:66p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited .. 7:43 p.m.
No. 226 Way Freight .... 9:50a.m.
No .222 Portland Fast Frt. 10 :46p.m.
No. 226 Way Freight. ... 12:36p.m.
No. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2:43a.m
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves For
Portland' and inter 6:40
Portland-Hlllsboro Inter . . 8:65
Portland and Inter 11:16
Portland and inter 2:00
Port., Tualatin, Hlllsboro. 3:20 p.m.
Portland-Hlllsboro Inter,. 4:00
Portland and Inter 6:20
Portland and Inter 8:50
local Arrive From.
Portland and Inter 8:25
Portland-Hlllsboro Inter.. 9:60
Port., Hlllsboro, Tualatin. 101 46 a.m.
Portland and Inter
Portland-Hlllsboro inter. .
Portland and Inter
Portland and inter
Portland Theater train.. 10:40
Salem, Falls City & Western Ry
Leao West Salem ror:
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
9:00 a. m.
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
1:30 and 4:35 p. m.
Sunday Trains for:
Dallas & Black Rock
. ; 9:00 a. m. and 1:35 p. m.
Trains Arrive at West Salem from
Dallas 8:15 a. m.
Black Rock and Dallas . .12:20 p. m.
Falls City . . . , 4:15 p. m,
Sunday Trains from:
Dallas 8:15 p. m.
Black Rock 1:46 p. m. and 5:30 p. m.
Trains stop at all Intermediate
Salem-Sllvcrton Auto Stage.
Leave Cottago Hotol, Salem 7:30 a. in
Arrive at Sllverton 8:80 a.m.
Lcavo Sllverton Hotel. .. .8:45 a. m.
Arrive at Salem. 9:45 a.m.
Lv'o Cottage Hotel, Salem 4 : 00 p. m.
Arrive at Sllverton 5:00 p.m.
Leavo Sllverton Hotol. .. .6:15 p. m.
Arrive at Salem 6:15 p.m.
EDMUNDSON HOYT, Prop,
Phone 2 09.
Phono 88 Front & Ferry Sts.
Gold Dust Flour
Mado by tho SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydney, Oregon.
Made for Family Use.
Ask ypur grocer for it. Bran
nnd Shorts always on hand.
P. B, WALLACE, Agt.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
IMAMO.NI IIIIAM 1'JI.LM. lor Ua,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHER&
1'fl FRENCH FEMALE
X Btftt CiiTiiv Hutu for BLfTUMio Hsu Mutton
NIVH IN0WM TO ML JBtl rJi ft"
uiun uiinauw or mtuaj iwnwua, (Ha, prvuia
tot tljOO Mr Lei. Will Mad Ihemea trltt.to hm b.U ra?
bn nnnti. furaplu rm. Itjimi iituliiiietaai
taw 1U.U pk.ij j w , vracr. I ur
Sold In S"lr b- n. ft
I mnko a specialty of shoe
ing and guarantee all work.
W. A. Powell
Cor, nimh & Commercial
0. C. T. Co
PtDKtnara Pomona and Orngons
v lor Portland Monday, Wodues
xy and Friday at 10 u. m Ti
iy, Thursday and Saturday at $ t
1, For Corvallla TowtdMy. Thur
nnd HHturday ntmu' p n
M V H4MIWIV
!'lilcbA.frr Diamond IlranJW
l'IMlIttd tad Uold tn.ulUcV
E....N, i. ncJ with niiio HIIAmo.
Take no ethrr Ilurf voftr " ,
Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
Oae cent a word 'or ftrit lnnrtloo.
3ne-half cent a wo d tor each Insertion
tfcstetftur. No advertisement taken 'or
leo tban 25 c Cunt tlx wcrdi to the
WOOD' FOR ,SAUB-A8liS and 'lie
wood delivered. ,ln Mz and 16
lnch, In 4 -foot .lengths.- SUldall
& Edton, 57oIN., Liberty.. PhSffe
FOR gALE Good general merchan
dise business. Only atoro at
place. Part cash. Address O,
Journal oHlco. 1-14-tf.
OUR mixed pork sausage soils for
10c per pound. 173 South Com
mercial street. 1-12-tf
FOR SALE Good lb 11. P. Stavor
gasoline engine, cheap. Inquire
at 178 South Liberty St. G-22-tt
FOR HAIR DRESSING Facial mas
sago and manicuring, call at Elite
Massage Parlors. Room 301 U. S.
National Bank Buldlug. 4-4-tf
FOR SALE Rushford waggon, Doer
lng mower and rake, and
hack harness, nil la good con
dition; also sever fresh cows. G.
H. Crolsan, 560 N6rth 14th street.
FOR SALEp-15 acres, 6-room house,
barn, fine well, family orchard,
somo prunes; 12 acres In cultiva
tion, all fenced, free from stone, 1
aero pasture, 7 miles south of Sa
lom J, A. Pop, phono Farmers 117.
FOR SALE Ten acres; also 38 acres
with crops, stock and tools. .1, O.
Zlncer,; owner. Phono Farmers 7x4
Route No. 1, Salem, Oro.
tfOR SALE M. McDonald's 7-rodm
residence, 3C0 Capitol iitreot. House
lighted by gas, heated with hot
water; full basement. Apply to E
A. Bonnet at nursery office on 12th
FOR SALE A 1200-lb. horse, well
broke. 2053 North Front St., U.
A. Beck. 4-7-3t
FOR SALE Saddle or light driving
mare for salo cheap. Apply to J,
Warner. Salem Woolen Mills.
FOR SALE Cheap. 7-room bunga:
low house; new, 7 lots or 3 lots.
Inaulro 17th and B St.
SPECIAL CASH TRICES.
! Egs and butter taken In exchange,
60-lb sack best valley flour, $1.40.
D-ID. white beans,-26c.
3 cans choice tomatoes, 25c.
3 cans cholco corn, 26c.
3 cans cholco peas, 25c.
3 cans cholco beans, 25c,
Cholco Oregon 'bacon, per lb, 20o.
Choice Oregon shoulders, per lb,
3 largo 10c pkgs garden seed, 203
4 Co pkgs gard n seed, 10c.
I carry, a full stock of feed, oat
hay, choat hay, rolled oauvrollcd
barley, bran, shorts, alfalfa meal.
custom reea roiling to order,
It. N. MORRIS.
Fair Ground Feed and Grocery storo
Phono Main 1497. Free Delivery
FOR hi. NT.
FOR RENT Modorn 5-room house.
Call at 431 North Front. 4-30-lw
rooms for rent, 133 South Front.
. , 6-7r3t
FOR RENT Six-room modorn, 1m
provod cottago on 14th and Bal
vlou, W. M. Fugato, $10 per
month." Caro Journal. 5-9-lw
SALEM GRANGE NO. 17, PATRONS
of Husbandry Moots in Hurst
Hall on State street, cn tho fourth
Saturday of each month, at 10:30'
a. m. Visiting nn4 sojourning
members welcome. F. A. Myera,
master. 55olIa 3. Fletcher; secre
PIANO TUNING Lutellus L.
Woods, tuning, polsblng, repair
ing. Telephone 984. Shop 680
N, Winter St. , , 3-2-lyr
CAPITAL COLLECTION AGENCY
Phone 773. Room 320 U. S. Na
tional Bank Building Bldg., Sa
lem, Oro. 5-3-lm
MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA
"Oregon Cedar Camp No, P2'8.
Meets every Thursday evening al
8 o'clock !u Holman Hnll. W. W.
Hill, Counsels F. A. Turner, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF WORLD "Meet ov
ory Friday night at 7:80 o'cloclt
in Holman Hull, Goo. II. Dacon. O.
C; L. H. Fletcher, Cprk. 1-iQ.Qfl
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY Dr.
W. H. Byrd. proBldent; , Mr. II.
W. Meyers, vlco-presldpnttr Ed,
GHllngham, secretary. Executive
committee: Rav. Barr G. Le,
MIm ICIttlo Moore. Mrs, E. Holer.
Cases of oruelty to animals should
be reported to the Saaloty for In
H. a. MBYBR . CO. The -ham
lrit shop in tho Hy. rt'i
urat-elggf tinrhem. Only flrHt-ota
I hne'blnrk In nltv: mirenlum bnth
nnd Hw-rvililnif pflrtittnlnff lo a llw
clawi Kmp AUo curry a full Tine
of o'garp and tolmccn arid lmrier j
uext dnor o Statesman oQlue
MEN WANTED Hop yard Trorir
$1.75 per day, Itreba Broa.f
Adolph Cigar Store. Phono 100
WANTED . AT ONCE-iTu tnett for
, arm, ,waork ,$1.25 per dayman?
"TjSardr Dvtii6n iovrv!sawmjlls
$!p5 and up. 40' cores' of wood
,-6ufc. Manand wife lor hop ranchi?
1 Woman for housekeeper, Mek
fo hop flelds.. 6.44 Statq street.
Pliono i50. A. O. Smith & Co.
WANTED AT ONCE One matt at. $3
per day as timber taller; 1 man oe
lady cook; 1 lady or good girl' for
housework, $6 per week; l wait
ress; 6 men for sawmill, $2.26 per;
day. 2 men for farm work. A. C.
Smith & Co., 644 State street.
Phono 1607. -
WANTED House-work In good!
Christian homo. 345 Division Bt
WANTED Strawborry pickers for
Hood River district. Address A.
T. Fuller, Odell, Or-),;. a. 5-9-lw
LADIES Act as our agent. Your
homo town. Now household nocv
slty. Big, oasy money. Good
agents receive ?100 per month,
Writo for particulars and terri
tory. Willis Co., 711 Unlveratty
street, Seattle, Wash. 6-9-3t
HELP WANTED, MALE Young
men to icarn automobile business
by mall and preparo for positions
as chauffeurs and repair men. Wa
make you expert In 10 weeks; as
sist you to secure position. Pay
big; work ploasantf demand for
men groat; reasonable; writo tot
particulars and sample lesson.
Empire Automobile Institute,
Rochester, N. Y. 6-7-3t
BUTTE &, WENDEROTH Flno
wines .liquors ttnd cigars. Wo ban.
dlo tho celebrated Kellogg andt
Oastlo whiskies. (Jool and re
freshing beer constantly op
draught South Commercial St.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office,
city hall. For water servlco apply
at office. Bills payable monthly
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Miller street, South. Saletaj
manufacturers of all kinds of
boxes, crates and fruit dryer ac
cessories, Phono 308. tf
ELLIS & WOOD Real estate,
. loans and Insurance, no tary pub
lic, employment bureau. " Phonti
654. 476 Court St, Saloin. Ore
gon. Tlekot office Hamburg-Anjor-lcan
steampshlp lines. 11-1-lyr
BUTTERNUT BREAD It Is wortfc
moro than any othor broad, yet
tho prlco is no higher. For sola
ntyour grocer's, California Bah;
ory, Thomas & Cooloy, Props.
DR. B. H. WHITE,
Osteopath and Nervo Specialist.
Graduate of tho American Scaool
of Osteopathy, Kirkavil'lo, Mo-,
1902. Poot-graduato and special
ized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College, 1809. Trcat
acuto and chronic diseases. Con
sultation free. Lady attendant.
Offlcb, 605r6. U. S. National Ban
Bldg. Phono ,859, Residence 845
North Capitol St.; phone 469.
THE SOUTH COMMERCIAL Streot
Feed Barn, at tho south ond of
Mill Creok bridge Is tho largest
nnd most complete bam of Its kind
in Marion county. Waiting rooms
with modorn conveniences; black
smith shop In barn, whoro patrons
may havo horses Bhod while thoy
attend to business around town.
Prompt and courteous treatment to
nil. W. F. R. Smith, proprietor.
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS.
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates mado and first-class
work done. I. D. Driver, 617
North Capitol streot, Salem, Or.
Phone 926, C-26-tf
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot
wator and steam tjeatlng and tin
ning, 104 Commercial St. Phono,
Main 192. 9-1-lyr
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbing,
heating, gas fitting; prlcoa reas
onable; work guaranteed; esti
mates furnished. Phono 378
ajCO Chemeketa street. 4-17-tf
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Succea
' sora to Cummins Bros, Transta
ordors for transferring promptly
attended to. We also carry a line
of building material, wlastor, ce
ment, lftuo, building blocks and
fanoy cement blocks.
LIVERY Si ABLE.
AT POBTQFF10J5 LIVELY AND
Sale Stable. Frry gtraat between
Commercial arid .Front. Tele
phone 1S8. Good service guar
anteed. Second-hand rlga for ,
naif E E GMlan. Prop.